No hard feel­ings for CBS af­ter Dick­er­son’s Trump in­ter­view

Cape Breton Post - - Arts/ Entertainment -

NEW YORK — CBS broad­cast its morn­ing show live from the White House Mon­day with no ev­i­dent hard feel­ings fol­low­ing the abrupt end­ing of John Dick­er­son’s pre­vi­ously recorded in­ter­view with Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.

The pres­i­dent ended the in­ter­view af­ter Dick­er­son asked about Trump’s ac­cu­sa­tion that pre­de­ces­sor Barack Obama has wire­tapped him. The in­ter­view aired on “Face The Na­tion’’ on Sun­day. The “CBS This Morn­ing’’ tele­cast fea­tured drop-in in­ter­views with Vice-Pres­i­dent Mike Pence, pres­i­den­tial daugh­ter Ivanka Trump and White House aides Reince Priebus, Gary Cohn and Sean Spicer. The show’s ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer said that the Dick­er­son in­ter­view didn’t cause any prob­lems for CBS’ Mon­day tele­cast.

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